Fabolous net worth

Fabolous net worth

Net Worth: $20 Million

About Fabolous

Fabolous net worth

Fabolous, real name John David Jackson, is a hip-hop artist from the United States. His debut album entitled Ghetto Fabolous was released in 2001. Fabolous is best known for his singles “Young’n (Holla Back)”, “Can’t Deny It”, “Make Me Better”, “Breathe”, “Throw It in the Back” and “My Time”. Fabolous net worth is currently estimated at $20 million.

John was born in 1977 and raised in Brooklyn. He started to pursue a career in music when he was still at teenager. At twelfth grade John received an invitation to perform live on the radio, on the show hosted by DJ Clue. His performance impressed the producers of Desert Storm Records and Fabolous was offered to sign the contract. Working with this label John recorded a several mixtapes with DJ Clue and Rock-A-Fella artist.

It wasn’t financially rewarding and did not add much to Fabolous net worth, but it earned John a distribution contract with a label Electra record. His debut album Ghetto Fabolous was released in autumn 2001. It featured singles “Can’t Deny It” (recorded with a help of the producer Rick Rock), “Young’n (Holla Back)” and “Trade it All”.

The album was an instant success, sold nearly 150 thousand copies during the week after its release and made a solid contribution to Fabolous net worth. It was ranked fourth on Billboard 100.

John’s second album was finished by the spring 2003. The guest artists on this album included Mike Shorey, Lil’ Mo and some beats were written by Just Blaze. Two singles from this album were ranked fourth on Billboard Hot 100: “Can’t Let You Go” and “Into You”. His third album Real Talk was released in 2004. It hit Billboard 200 on sixth position and sold almost 180 thousand copies during the first week.

Real Talk featured two charting hits, “Baby” (recorded in cooperation with Mike Shorey) and “Breathe”. The first of whose, “Baby”, was especially popular among his younger female audience as it revealed the more lyrical and sensitive side of John’s personality. The third single of the album was “Do the Damn Thing”. Making the video for this song has cost Fabolous a fortune of $30.000, but the ones who saw it knows it was worth every penny. John’s Latest album There Is No Competition 2: The Grieving Music EP was released in 2010.

The fortunes of this rapper are impressive, but Fabolous net worth did not help him avoid some serious problems. For example, in 2006 John was shot in a leg while leaving Justin’s. This restaurant in Manhattan belongs to Sean Comb better known by the stage name “Diddy” of “Puff Daddy”. In summer 2010 police started investigation of suspected link between John and assassination of the rapper known as G-Baby.

Now you have an idea why Fabolous net worth is this huge

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